Christine Loeber, who died in the March shootings at The Pathway Home, now has a medical clinic at the New England Center and Home for Veterans named in her honor.
“Christine and her life are now forever etched into the work of two of the best organizations in this field, anywhere,” Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said at the recent standing-room-only dedication ceremony, held at veterans home in Boston.
Addressing Loeber’s family, Baker said: “In the midst of tragedy, New England Center and Home for Veterans and Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program are speaking in a big way about how they feel about Christine, and you should be very proud.”
Loeber was a former employee of the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP) that runs the veterans home and clinic. At the time of her death, she was the executive director of The Pathway Home, a program serving military veterans with psychological traumas, on the grounds of the Veterans Home of California in Yountville.